Nigeria 2015 Presidential election results: FCT, Abuja – PDP wins #NigeriaDecides

Following a relatively peaceful election across different States of the federation, we bring you the official announcements of the 2015 Nigerian Presidential results from INEC. Professor Michael Faborode, former VC of OAU, Ile Ife, who is the Returning Officer for FCT, Abuja, announced the 2015 Nigerian Presidential election results.

Jonathan beats Buhari in all C’ River LGAs

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Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in Saturday’s election, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan, is coasting home to victory in all the local government areas of Cross River State.

Jonathan wins presidential election in Akwa Ibom by a landslide

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The governorship candidate of the APC in Akwa Ibom state, Umana Umana, has already petitioned INEC, demanding the cancellation of the election The post Jonathan wins presidential election in Akwa Ibom by a landslide appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.

Nigeria 2015 Presidential election results: Ondo state – APC wins #NigeriaDecides

Following a relatively peaceful election across different States of the federation, we bring you the official announcements of the 2015 Nigerian Presidential results from INEC. Professor Olusola Oyewole, the VC, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, who is the Returning Officer for Ondo state, announced the 2015 Nigerian Presidential election results.

South African Trevor Noah to Replace Jon Stewart on The Daily Show

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South African comedian Trevor Noah just got a major promotion! Trevor was born to a Xhosa mother and Swiss father during the apartheid era, and speaks six languages. He first debuted on Comedy Central‘s The Daily Show, in December 2014, where he talked about the Ebola virus and racial inequality,

Military Recovers Smart Card Reader From Boko Haram, Kills 3

The Nigerian Army has foiled an attack by some members of the Boko Haram terrorist group in Gombe State, North-East Nigeria, killing 3 of them in the process. While parading the corpses of the insurgents before reporters at the army barracks in Gombe, the state capital, the spokesperson of the

Recipe: Beef Soup

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For Sunday dinner, we got acquainted with one of our StyleHQ readers, a true foodie (coincidence, we think not). A budding photographer creating the world around her one gorgeous click at a time.  Chika was kind enough to share her beef soup recipe with us, a twist on the Nigerian

Nigeria 2015 Presidential election results: Osun state – APC wins #NigeriaDecides

Following a relatively peaceful election across different States of the federation, we bring you the official announcements of the 2015 Nigerian Presidential results from INEC. Professor Isaac Asusu, the VC of the Federal University, Ekiti, who is the Returning Officer for Osun state, announced the 2015 Nigerian Presidential election results.

Jonathan Meets AU, Commonwealth, ECOWAS Observers

The Nigerian President has met with a delegation of AU, Commonwealth and ECOWAS election observers at the presidential villa, Abuja. Led by former President of Ghana, John Kufor, the groups are said to be at the Villa to give President Jonathan an update on their findings during the elections.

Eight suspected Boko Haram gunmen killed in Gombe, Bauchi

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Eight suspected Boko Haram fighters were killed on Monday during fighting in Gombe and Bauchi states, northeast Nigeria, police, residents and local hunters said. The post Eight suspected Boko Haram gunmen killed in Gombe, Bauchi appeared first on Vanguard News.

US, UK fear possible interference in Nigeria vote count

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US Secretary of State John Kerry and his British counterpart Philip Hammond Monday voiced fears over possible political interference in Nigeria's vote count, as the country awaited the results of weekend elections. The post US, UK fear possible interference in Nigeria vote count appeared first on Vanguard News.

Election tsunami: Ngige, Adeyemi, Adetunbi, Ningi, others lose senate seats

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WHAT may be described as election tsunami has hit the senate following the recent declaration of the National Assembly election results which took place last Saturday as some Senators regarded as ‘big boys’ like Senators Chris Ngige, Smart Adeyemi, Olubunmi Adetunbi among others lost their bid to come back to